Not all of you were on board with President Obama as Time's person of the year pick. So that led Politix to wonder, which political figure do you think deserves the title of "person of the year?"
Let us know your nominations in the comments below. Based on your responses, we'll set up a poll so that you can vote on the most popular finalists.
Just to get you started... Here are a few ideas (but feel free to suggest your own candidates!):
Ron Paul: For sticking to his guns, and running one of the most bluntly honest presidential runs we've ever seen.
Cory Booker: He gets a lot of props for being the hyper-energetic mayor of Newark. And for being a superhero on the side.
Paul Ryan: For rousing some real grassroots enthusiasm the conservative half of Team Romney-Ryan.
Gary Johnson: Won more libertarian votes than any candidate in history, and revived the dream of a third party.
Clint Eastwood: For "Eastwooding," obviously.
Bill Clinton: For his much-loved DNC convention speech. He said he spent 3 weeks writing it - but the best lines were the ad-libs. Sample: "I was just a country boy from Arkansas, and I came from a place where people still thought two and two was four."
Elizabeth Warren: Progressive icon.
Chris Christie: He's flavor of the month with NJ residents for his Hurricane Sandy response. But conservatives are down on him for "embracing" Obama right before Nov 6.
Posted Dec 20, 3pm PST.